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Ultrasound report shows single live intrauterine pregnancy, cephalic presentation, normohydramnios. Means? okay?

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i had ultrasound @ 31 weeks by pdp and 29 weeks and 6 days by fl and they mentioned that single live intrauterine pregnancy,cephalic presentation,with good cardiac and somatic activity,placenta anterior,graded ii,high lying,normohydramnios,sonographic estimated fetal weight is appropriate for gestational age.what does it means?is it okay?
Asked On : Fri, 19 Apr 2013
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This usg report is absolutely fine. As per the gestational age,the findings of this report are normal. You need not worry. The fetal growth, activity and placental gradation are all progressing as normally as possible. Continue your antenatal visits as scheduled and keep taking all the medication prescribed to you.
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